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Old 03-16-2014, 12:38 AM   #12727
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Herb - as I have told wingmen for years, if ya have to practice or take notes, it'll never pass even casual scrutiny.
Sad but so true!
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Old 03-16-2014, 12:49 AM   #12728
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Alright sappy boy your makin us all look bad to our DW's. Now I gotta go practice my suave for the upcomming mini.
herb, Its great to practice the swave part but don't forget to practice the deboner part too. One should always be swave and deboner.


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Old 03-16-2014, 01:04 AM   #12729
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herb, Its great to practice the swave part but don't forget to practice the deboner part too. One should always be swave and deboner.
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Old 03-16-2014, 01:05 AM   #12730
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Old 03-16-2014, 01:07 AM   #12731
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herb, Its great to practice the swave part but don't forget to practice the deboner part too. One should always be swave and deboner.

The suave and debonair Nick Charles, Nora and Asta.

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Old 03-16-2014, 01:20 AM   #12732
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The suave and debonair Nick Charles, Nora and Asta.
Boy does that bring back memories! I miss all the good old shows and movies.
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Old 03-16-2014, 01:26 AM   #12733
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Boy does that bring back memories! I miss all the good old shows and movies.
Yea and those two were great together. Not sure how they would fare with today's audience. Three cheers - six martinis each - and what, a two pack of cigarettes a day habit....

But what charisma. Who has that these days?
Lights out. More tomorrow!
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After the third week I stopped sending out updates. I am more mobile now, 5.5 weeks out, than I was prior to surgery, Yeah! I'm back to driving the car, but the MH will remain parked until April. I'm not yet flexible enough to get into the kayak with anything that would resemble grace, so there's still some work to do. But yes, I'm very pleased and SO glad I suffered extra in the beginning by having both done so I don't have to go thru it again.
And i was also thinking about your knees, but too was wondering about Arlene s husband? Any progress?
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Old 03-16-2014, 10:08 AM   #12735
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In defense of Wingennis: Rope Lights and Drinkin', when combined, lighten the mood and fix stuff. Just sayin' ... Besides, sea breezes blow out candles. jne (RVM73) YEAH! “The seeker embarks on a journey to find what he wants and discovers, along the way, what he needs.”
Thanks for the back up jne! Rope lights could save a life
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Thanks for the back up jne! Rope lights could save a life
Rope lights will never be as safe nor as charming as a hurricane candle.

Hurricane candles provide a gentle, flickering, romantic yellow glow that can show the way to camp from afar, and also provide a variety of superbly pleasant and softly wafting aromas.

Rope lights can trip you and have the harsh, evil glow of Nurse Ratched. Lets see a rope light waft an aroma then, aye?

So there!

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Rope lights will never be as safe nor as charming as a hurricane candle. Hurricane candles provide a gentle, flickering, romantic yellow glow that can show the way to camp from afar, and also provide a variety of superbly pleasant and softly wafting aromas. Rope lights can trip you and have the harsh, evil glow of Nurse Ratched. Lets see a rope light waft an aroma then, aye? So there! (Wink-wink)
How can I possibly argue with that?
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How can I possibly argue with that?
Dang. I failed! I was hoping you would. :-)
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And i was also thinking about your knees, but too was wondering about Arlene s husband? Any progress?
Don is still in the ICU after 7.5 weeks, but is making slow progress. His gag reflex has returned and he spends 8 hours each day without ventilator assistance, breathing on his own. He has regained feeling and movement in many places, but he will be like a baby, needing to relearn how to walk and talk. The doctors are still cautiously optimistic that he can make a near full recovery eventually. But it might take another 6-9 months.

The hospital has been trying to find a facility to move him to, because Medicare is no longer paying enough for them to make a profit on him. Now they say Portland, OR, but the plan has changed a dozen times.

This is really taking a heavy toll on Arlene. She may end up in the bed next to him.
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Don is still in the ICU after 7.5 weeks, but is making slow progress. This is really taking a heavy toll on Arlene. She may end up in the bed next to him.
Prayers and many ohms for them both. Just let them know we are still thinking about them..... Glad you are doing so well.....
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